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Easygoing but lazy, Ocean's Eleven blithely coasts on the well-established rapport of the Rat Pack royalty.
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The picture is very plush... so much a display of performers who act as if a mere appearance would induce hysteria in the adoring public, that you wonder who's fooling whom.
Laboring under the handicaps of a contrived script, an uncertain approach and personalities in essence playing themselves, the production never quite makes its point, but romps along merrily unconcerned that it doesn't.
The heist itself, though, is a superb piece of movie-making.
Young people are likely to find this more appropriate and bewitching than do their elders. The latter are likely to feel less gleeful in the presence of heroes who rob and steal.
The original Ocean's is fun, fun, fun.
The intrigue is in the details that initially passed you by. The men, for instance, are all army veterans. They address each other by rank and their booze-fuelled camaraderie seems to be an expression of their status.
a classic film with plenty of spunk
Chummy caper comedy, mainly for Rat Pack fanciers.
There are many incidental pleasures to be had.
Considering the iconic status of all involved, the result is disappointing.
Sinatra, Davis, and Martin performed their club acts at night and worked on this Las Vegas-set film during the day, and the good time they were having fairly jumps off the screen.
Oceans 11 always is a fun thing to watch, its one of those movies that make us love going to the cinema.
Whilst I did watch this the wrong way around, ie. The remake before the original, I was pleasantly surprised with the differences between the two. Whilst the main plot sort of remains the same, this version does give you songs from the Rat pack and managed to give a surprise ending differing from that of the remake. Both were cleverly crafted to suit the era of the heist and the technology surrounding it, whilst using the individual skills of the crew.
One of the few cases when the remake is much better.
this movie is the original heist movie, and one of the rat pack's best
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